The Death of Bishop Ng'ang'a Who Hosted Ruto at Kenol Takes a Twist, Real Cause of Death is Revealed
Kenyans were treated to some sad and shocking news last week after it was revealed that Bishop Ng'ang'a who hosted Deputy President William Ruto during the recent chaos that erupted in Murang'a had passed on. In the midst of this occurrence,the African Independent Pentecostal Church dismissed the claims that Ng'ang'a died of COVID-19. According to The Star,AIPCA clergy Julius Njoroge revealed that the late Ng'ang'a succumbed to pneumonia,stress and hypertension,the three diseases that have been tormenting him
For a period of years, the AIPCA church leadership has been fighting as each Archbishop wanted to take control of the Church across the country. The three Archbishops, namely Frederick Wang'ombe, Julius Njoroge and Samson Muthuri have finally agreed to work together as one. They have decided to bring peace and unity among believers of the AIPCA church.
In what is now turning out to be a flexing of muscles war between Deputy President William Ruto and AIPCA Archbishop Julius Njoroge, and which the DP seems to be winning so far, the tussle was stretched over to the second straight Sunday. This time, the theatre of war, where the battle was waged was at a Thanksgiving service at the A.I.P.C.A, St. Lorent Angaine Church – Timau, Buuri constituency, Meru County led by Bishop Samson Muthuri.
While other politicians were bared from speaking in church, DP Ruto was given the opportunity to speak in Kiambu at African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa. DP Ruto was scheduled some time within the normal running program so as to address the congregants. This is in contrary with the orders put across by Church Bishops.
Here is the church with the highest number of church wrangles. African Independent Pentecostal Church(AIPCA) has in the recent years hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons. The fights just seem to stick with them and they have refused to go. Even after the interventions of president Uhuru Kenyatta in 2017 a fresh petition was sent to the Attorney General. The petition to Attorney Genera was to annul the election of Bishop Julius Njoroge as the Archbishop on Jan, 2017. This led to a heated confrontation
The head of African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (AIPCA) in Kenya, Archbishop Julius Njoroge has ordered a crackdown on gays in the church. He said any church faithful who is practicing same sex would not be tolerated and ordered church bishops to take action against any faithful or member of the clergy practicing or promoting same sex. The church leader did not categorically state what action would be taken such members, but in his homily, he suggested ex-communication of such individuals. Addr
The Church of Bishop Ng'ang'an of Kenol Speaks After Ruto Missed the Burial, Reveals Their Next Move
The famous Bishop Stephen Ng'ang'a of the AIPCA church in Murang'a was finally laid to rest on Friday at Kagumo constituency in Murang'a county after suffering from a series of sicknesses. Ng'ang'a came into limelight last month after hosting DP Ruto for a fundraiser that eventually ended up into chaos at Kenol in Murang'a leading to the death of 2 young men. According to a report by The STAR, AIPCA archbishop Julius Njoroge revealed that the late bishop had been battling pneumonia,stress and hypertension for
African Independent Pentecostal Churches of Africa (AIPCA) Bishop, Rev. Stephen Nga’ng’a was buried on Friday, Kigumo constituency, Gacharage Village in Murang’a County. Archbishop Julius Njoroge, Frederick Wang'ombe, and Samson Muthuri and area member of parliament Wangari Mwaniki among a dozen local representatives attended the burial. On October 4, two pupil died and several were injured when chaos broke out in Kenol after youths clashed ahead of DP William Ruto’s visit. In a phone interview with
As the country edges closer and closer to the 2022 election, a war of might is emerging, with politicians trying to show the clergy the amount of power they wield in and out of the church. In an interesting turn of events yesterday, Deputy President William Ruto, who has in the past been accused of defying his boss, was with a group of AIPCA leaders in their Gathaithi church in Githunguri who defied a directive given by their own boss and the church’s national leader, Archbishop Julius Njoroge.
bishop Leaders of the African Independent Pentecostal Churches of Africa led by Archbishop Julius Njoroge on Monday 16th November expressed their regrets to The Star publication after Deputy President William Ruto and his team missed the burial of Bishop Rev Stephen Ng'ang’a which was held on Friday. Reports had earlier on alleged that the Bishop who had hosted DP William Ruto and his team at Kenol had died of COVID-19, but Archbishop Julius Njoroge dismissed the reports. Speaking to The Star, Njoroge revealed